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Old 04-09-2017, 09:22 AM   #1
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2003 e350 quigley 4x4 7.3 33k miles pricing

Hello I'm looking to sell this 2003 ford E350 hightop extended van that has the quigley 4x4 conversion and is a one owner. I't looks like this is the place to find out what it's worth and list it. Here's some detailes. It has 33k original miles was bought new at the local Ford dealer in the town I live in here in Washington state it has a 7.3 powerstroke diesel, all power options, rear wheelchair lift that can easily be removed, big auxiliary fuel tank with transfer pump to original tank, front and rear hitches with prodigy break controler but never towed a trailer. it runs and drives like a new vehicle. Any help on pricing this van would greatly be appreciated and if there's any other details I can put on here just let me know. I'm in Enumclaw Washington
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Old 04-09-2017, 10:30 AM   #2
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So it seems you are looking to flip this for a profit?
Simple math, the price you paid plus what makes you happy and there's the new asking price.

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Old 04-09-2017, 08:57 PM   #3
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Looks like lots of rust? The cut out over the rear doors would be a deal breaker for me. Need more detailed pics of inside and underneath. No goodies, slider, and the Quigley setup will probably need $2 to 3k to RIP it and replace wear parts. May of may not be full floater rear axle.

You have a very low mileage 7.3, that is your strongest selling point.

Price? What are you asking?
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Old 04-09-2017, 10:34 PM   #4
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This was up on CL a day ago in PDX, OR but now deleted. Sounds like ad came down to figure out a fair price? Maybe?? Like 1der said your biggest selling point is a low mile 7.3 other than that it bare bones, meaning its a basic van. SO I'd say your van is worth $10-12k max and that's probably high to be honest. This price would be what a business would be willing to pay to use it as intended/built right now. IMHO you'll get far less here if someone wants to attempt a build out and make an over landing rig. If it did sell I'd be curious to hear what you got, because if memory serves correct it was priced really high...
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